File contains various documents on the topic of Indigenous hunting rights. Specifically, the file consists of a copy of "Notes of Canadian Judicial Decisions, Specifically Dealing with Hunting, Fishing and Trapping by Indians" written by E.R. Olson, Department of Justice (1 June 1965); a copy of Chapter 197 of Newfoundland Wild life act "An Act Relating to Wild Life", including amendments; "Notes on the Inclusion of Registered Indians Only in the Considerations of the Interdepartmental committee" discussing the possible scope of the Interdepartmental Committee on Game Laws and Median Treaties; a copy of the Minutes of the third meeting of the Interdepartmental Committee on Game Laws and Median Treaties (26 May 1965); copy of a press release "Wildlife is for people" speech by Hon. Arthur Laing, Minister of Northern Affairs and National Resources to the 29th Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba" (18 June 1965); copy of a Northwest Territory Court of Appeal judgement "Her Majesty the Queen v. Michael Sikyea" (1964); a paper "An opinion on the probable effect of allowing Indian commercial fishermen to fish at all times of the year" by A.L. Pritchard (June 1965); a copy of a provisional report "The effects of uncontrolled hunting by Indians: a paper for the Interdepartmental Committee on Indian Treaties and Game Laws" (1965); Letter from Superintendent C.B. MacDonnell to E.R. Olson regarding enforcement of game laws with respect to First Nations and Inuit (22 June 1965); letter from J.S. Nutt to E.R. Olson (23 June 1965); and a summary sheet illustrating the commitments to First Nations in relation to hunting and fishing as provided in their various treaties and summarizes applicable federal and provincial legislation (1965).